Job Posting 101173

Infant Development Program (IDP) Supervisor
Sources Community Resources Society
Vancouver Island & Coastal areas
#406 – 7327 137th Street, Surrey BC V3W 1A4
closed 3 days ago (Wed, 22 May)
full time  •  $41.53 to $51.71 per hour (as per union contract)

Position: Infant Development Supervisor (requires H.S.A. union membership)

Location: Sources Infant Development Program: #406 – 7327 137th Street, Surrey BC V3W 1A4

Hours: 35 hours per week – Monday to Friday

We are looking for an Infant Development Supervisor to join our Sources Infant Development team! This individual must be collaborative, self-motivated, and organized.

About Sources

SOURCES is a community-based non-profit organization providing support and hope to communities in the Lower Mainland, on Vancouver Island, and across Northern BC. Sources strives to create vibrant and resilient communities through support to adults, children, youth, and families facing challenges in life such as mental health, disability, poverty, substance use, and conflict. We support our communities through leadership, education, and volunteerism.

Sources is committed to learning about, celebrating and incorporating Indigenous knowledge into our practices as we continue our work in truth and reconciliation. People of all races, cultures, ethnicities, LGBTQ2S+, and abilities are welcomed to work with us. We value diversity, respect, and collaboration as we promote our mission: social wellness for our community.

Sources Infant Development Program

The Infant Development Supervisor is a member of the Infant Development Services team, providing integrated, multidisciplinary, family centered developmental services and supports to the children and families within the Surrey/White Rock service delivery area.

The Infant Development Program (IDP) provides services to families with children, birth to three years of age, who have an identified diagnosis, are delayed in one or more areas of development, or who are at risk for delay. Intervention is guided by a family centered philosophy and includes assessment, treatment planning and implementation of established goals, providing resource information, and referral to, and coordination with, additional services. The program supports families by providing primarily home visiting and outreach services. The program also allows for the provision of other services such as groups and educational programs. Additionally, IDP collaborates with and builds on the community’s existing programs and services.

The IDP Supervisor provides supervision, support, and guidance to the infant development consultants as well as the administrative members of the team. The supervisor works with the CDS Team Leader on planning, program assessment, and updates to program materials as required.

General Responsibilities:

  • Supports the IDP team in providing family centered, trauma informed services.
  • Strives to build and maintain collaborative, community connections.
  • Demonstrates an ability and willingness to promote a collaborative work environment.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Program Specific Responsibilities:

  • Provides supervision, support, and guidance to the IDP team.
  • Demonstrates a strong understanding of child development and promotes a family centered model of practice.
  • Promotes a collaborative approach to service delivery.
  • Demonstrates excellent organization, time management, and communication skills.
  • Ensures accreditation standards are met and adhered to.

Core Competencies:

a) Holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology, education, child and youth care, or another related discipline, and at least three years experience in child development.

b) Experience leading and providing supervision within a in a team environment for similar or related services.

c) A strong desire to continue to learn and advance developmental, assessment and service delivery skills, and support these skills within the consultant team.

d) A strong understanding of child development services offered within the community, and the service delivery models being utilized.

e) Supports a collaborative, family centered approach, and promotes these within the IDP team.

f) Fosters a multidisciplinary approach that promotes collaboration with other community partners.

g) Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

h) Excellent organization and time management skills.

i) Provides trauma informed, culturally safe services to all clients, regardless of race, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status.

j) First Aid and CPR training must be current and equivalent to WCB Level One (training is provided).

k) Driving is required. Must possess a valid driver’s license.

THIS POSITION IS OPEN TO ALL QUALIFIED APPLICANTS AND REQUIRES H.S.A. UNION MEMBERSHIP

Start Date: As soon as possible.

Salary: $41.53-$51.71 (as per union contract)

Benefits (if applicable):

  • 100% employer paid coverage for extended health and dental
  • Long term disability, life insurance, critical illness insurance, accidental death, and dismemberment coverage
  • Employee & Family Assistance plan
  • Pension plan
  • Generous paid time off, starting at 3 weeks.

Closing Date: Open until filled.

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